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Aug 14, 2009 4:00pm EDT
president ford. we'll have reaction to her release. >>> i'm mike schuh, on the eastern shore. america's preeminent electric guitar maker paul reed smith talks to me about the man who is on this guitar. >>> and the weekend is here. will the weather cooperate for your plans? >> wjz 13 is always on. for the top stories on wjz.com, instant updates and first warning update all the time, click wjz.com. stir it's friday. >> and a pretty one at that. how about that, tim williams. >> light breeze. it's going to get warmer. good weekend if you want to be at the pool, wash the car, wax the car. anything you want to do. >> sign me up. >> come on over my my house, tim. you can do all of those things. >> i'll make the time. right now, we're at 83 degrees. not really topping our average, which is 86. we could still go up just one or more degrees from here. we're not really topping out near our normal temperatures. but that will change as we move into the rest of the weekend. 66 now, the dew point. you still feel that mugginess out there. winds from the east/northeast at 6 miles an hour. high pressure
CBS
Aug 3, 2009 4:00pm EDT
mark. let's go to new york where we have the money watch update. >> bank of america will pay 33 million-dollars to settle sec charges that it in the led investors about the buyout of merrill lynch. they said it agreed not to pay bonuses water the bank's consent but the sec said it authorized it to pay 5 and a half billion. >>> pressure is building on the senate to follow the lead and approve 2 billion-dollars to keep the cash for clunkers program in the fast lane. ford says it is the first monthly sales increase in two years. response was so strong at chrysler the company is running low on popular models including the jeep and mini vans. starting tomorrow it will no longer match the $4500 incentive. sales at chrysler slipped 9% last month. >>> more layoffs may be coming to gm. 6000 blue color workers took a buyout naught was about 7500 less than gm was hoping for. >> for more business headline goes to money watch. in new york. >>> coming up on the news at 4, a somber anniversary. after the collapse of a bridge in minnesota, how a film make ser ep hadding victims find closure. >>
CBS
Aug 24, 2009 4:00pm EDT
america, designated as national heritage area. now, there is a 49th. and as mike schuh reports, it's unique, because it's a city named baltimore. >> reporter: the town cryer begins like he would, when history was being made here. and what a rich history it is. from the star-spangled banner and betsy ross to the civil war and civil rights. >> to officially recognize in celebration the designation of the baltimore national heritage area. >> reporter: a federal designation, eight years in the making. >> well, today, that's being recognized, nationally, by the recognition of the baltimore national heritage area. >> reporter: it's this designation which gives historic baltimore access to new sources of money, the first of which is spent on new signs, explaining why this city is special. >> it puts us in a very unique position. and we're very proud to have this honor. >> huge deal. huge deal. with this, we become part of the national parks service family, which means it's not just financial assistance, technical assistance. >> miss rosen runs the group, overseeing the constellation, touris
CBS
Aug 11, 2009 4:00pm EDT
last of two dozen people stranded on a roller coaster at the great america themepark. the last person putted to safety, about four hours after the ride broke down yesterday. there were no injuries. >>> the longest running soap opera takes a bow today, listen to this, after 72 years on the air. karen brown reports for wjz, where the stars of guiding light were having a hard time saying goodbye. >>> saying goodbye is a lot of drama, even for a soap opera star. >> it's those people that you won't ever see again. it's being in that studio. >> reporter: guiding light shoots its final episode after 72 years. >> i didn't get to say goodbye. >> kim has been the hart -- the heart of the show for nearly a decade. so what will she miss? >> the men. [ laughter ] i mean, come on. i've gotten to be involved with some of daytime's most gorgeous years. now it will be just me and my husband of 38 years or however long we have been married. now it will just be us. i won't have that fantasy world. >> reporter: and what a fantasy it has been. riva has been married nine times. she was a time traveler and
CBS
Aug 6, 2009 4:00pm EDT
feelings into the high court. >> america needs judges who are guided and controlled not by subjective empathy that they find inside themselves, but by objective law that they find outside themselves. >> reporter: sotomayor was nominated to replace retiring david suitor, a liberal justice appointed by the first president bush. she is not expected to shift the ideological balance of the high court. now that sotomayor's been confirmed, the 55-year-old appeals court judge will leave behind her native new york city and move to washington ready to begin her lifetime appointment to the high court when the new term begins this fall. in washington, joel brown, wjz "eyewitness news." >> by a vote of 68-31, the senate confirmed sotomayor over the objections of republicans who said she would bring personal bias and a liberal agenda. >>> a trial date has been set for mayor sheila dixon, but the big task at hand is the tough job lawyers will have finding an impartial jury. mike hellgren has more on that live from wjz.com today. mike? >> reporter: sally, dixon's trial is expected to begin november 9
CBS
Aug 25, 2009 4:00pm EDT
reports about america's financial recovery. the congressional budget office expects the deficit to grow to $7 trillion by 2019. the prediction from the white house is even gloomier. they estimate a deficit of $9 trillion. but here on wall street, investors are excited about boosting consumer confidence. the latest reports show americans still aren't that optimistic about the economy. but retailers have continued to see sales slump in recent months. there is also encouraging news about housing. home prices are up 3%. the first quarterly increase in three years. experts say the housing market has turned the corner. at the new york stock exchange, i'm alexis christoforous. >>> if only she had gotten to taste her success, as the late cook julia child gets a cookbook at the top of the list. her art of mastering french cooking will move to the top of the list. it's just the latest celebration as a movie about julia childs has made $60 million since its debut three weeks ago. >>> coming up on eyewitness news at 4:00. frightening prognosis. the government says as many as 90,000 people could die
CBS
Aug 5, 2009 4:00pm EDT
time in america, drive-in movie were the rage. but they have quickly become a thing of the past. but now some diehard do-it- yourselfers are taking it upon themselves to bring the movies back and they're doing it with their own special twist. >> reporter: john young admits that he's a movie nerd. on summer weekends, he pulls a film projector out of his side car and plugs in an old guitar amplifier and waits for sunset. welcome to what young calls his gorilla drive-in. >> you're not an audience member as you are a participant. >> reporter: movies get shown on makeshift screens or the side of buildings. and tonight it's back to the future for 200 fans. some in costume or driving the signature. once there were 4,000 drive-ins across the country where you see in your car, enjoy the show or whatever. now there are just under 400 traditional drive-in. here, though, tradition takes a backseat. just getting a ticket requires and elaborate scavenger hunt had. young drops clue bets lotion of a hidden radio transmitter. you must then drive to the area, tune in the signal and decode the secret m
CBS
Aug 4, 2009 4:00pm EDT
report since march. it found bank of america and wells fargo were the worst performers for struggling homeowners. >>> trump, his daughter and dallas bank offered a hundred million in cash for trump entertainment resort. you can track the latest online. >>> coming up at 4:00, just say no, growing protests against president obama's health care reform plan. >> reporter: in harbor east, food, fun and prices, baltimore restaurant week is back. we'll have the story when we continue. >>> stick around for the updated forecast. >>> wjz is always on for the top stories and instant updates, click wjz.com. when a tornado tore through holly, colorado, air life denver took to the air... their night-vision goggles keeping them safe on a perilous flight... and powering those precision goggles--- is the only battery air life trusts: duracell. trusted everywhere. look for new duracell ultra advanced now with even more power to protect. >>> complete warping of severe weather. >>> another summer-like day. >> stickier than yesterday and going to be worse tomorrow. showing you doppler radar, we have a few
CBS
Aug 28, 2009 4:00pm EDT
, we have an accident to watch out for there. that's america tile road at honey go boulevard. let's take a live look now. you can see heavy congestion. the beltway at 70. this traffic report is brought to you by carpet 1. it is having a labor day sale. take advantage of no deposits or interests. call 1800-carpet-one for the showroom near you. >>> straight ahead on eyewitness news at 4:00. addicted to the internet. it is no joke. meet a man who got desperately hooked and needed rehab. >>> police found something inside a car belonging to a murdered model. >>> and you're going to see rain no matter where you are this weekend. rough surf in ocean city, thanks to tropical storm danny. get your updated first warning weather forecast. >>> the weekend really is almost here. a live look at ocean city now. fairly rough surface on the coast now. the updated first warning weather forecast is coming up. >>> we have breaking news from afghanistan. a correspondent was injured today. she was traveling with the u.s. army when their vehicle was hit by an ied. she was flown to the bagram air base for
CBS
Aug 10, 2009 4:00pm EDT
north america. vic, back to you. >> the president also defended u.s. efforts to help restore the president of honduras, who was ousted in a military coupe. >>> a bus, carrying a christian rock band collides with another car in indiana, killing the other driver and her unborn baby. she remains in critical condition tonight. no one else on the bus, including the members of the band, mercy me, were seriously injured. >>> a star hockey player. accused of assaulting a cab driver over 20 cents. this man said the cuts and bruises on his face are from patrick kane. kane allegedly got angry because the cab driver didn't have the 20 cents change he owed them. the driver also claims the pair took all of his money. >>> andrews has the latest in hollywood. >>> coming up on entertainment tonight. kathy grip griff -- griffin, stunned the teen choice awards. wait until you see her new date. >> has she hooked up with the father of sarah palin's grand child. >> is there anything wrong with this? >> i think he's too old for you. >> mini was in. from miley to vanessa, the legs were the big accessori
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